John Kerr posted in horticulture • microbes • Oenology • viticulture • wine • yeast on September 28th, 2015.
Why do wines taste different? A new New Zealand study shows that a wine’s terroir – the unique combination of tastes and aromas – is in part dependent on the microbes hanging about the winery. Researchers from the University of Auckland and Plant & Food Research confirmed for the first time that – as long […]
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